“If your job or studies involve reading through longer works, … you’ll forget how you ever read without it.”

-Editors’ Choice, Most innovative ipad app of the year, Apple, App Store

 

“…a deep and complete productivity tool for students, academics, and businesses... it proves hugely flexible in helping to collect, retain, and even create new information.”

-MacWorld, 2016


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IMAGINE READING AND NOTE TAKING WITHOUT PAPER

 

LiquidText evolved from: four years of research, two peer reviewed papers, and a PhD from Georgia Tech, by its founder Craig Tashman. The research focused on “active reading” where users highlight, annotate, search and take notes when working on a project. Key was understanding the limitations imposed by physical books and paper; and the opportunities created by powerful, mobile and desktop devices.

LiquidText’s efficient, integrated workflow and elegant note taking tools improve productivity by reducing work time and increasing the clarity of the work product.

...an app that may forever change how you read and
annotate complex documents.
— lawsitesblog.com, Robert Ambrogi, March, 2017

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BETTER WORKFLOW

 

Traditional workflows involve using multiple fragmented and often generic tools.

 
1.Gathering and organizing documents with a document manager

1.Gathering and organizing documents with a document manager

2. Reading and annotating using one or more document readers

2. Reading and annotating using one or more document readers

3. Copying and outlining thoughts using a note taker

3. Copying and outlining thoughts using a note taker

4. Collaborating with colleagues through various means

4. Collaborating with colleagues through various means

5. Repeat process until ready for distribution

5. Repeat process until ready for distribution

 

One tool. Streamlined process. LiquidText.

 

“This app doesn't follow the usual PDF workflow playbook but instead is engineered around the idea of reviewing long PDF documents better.”

-MacSparkey, David Sparks, 2016

 

“…wholly unlike any other PDF app on the market.... there's no better app than LiquidText out there — and possibly no better workflow.”

-Imore.com, 2019


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UNIFIED DESKTOP

 

Every project in LiquidText creates a document pane and infinite workspace. The document pane imports and contains all relevant documents, including live user annotations, highlites and connections. Notes, ideas, excerpts, images and connections are written, typed and/or placed on the workspace.

LiquidText makes gathering notes and excerpts frictionless; users do it naturally, pulling out references as they read and dropping them on the workspace. LiquidText allows the user to organize the workspace as they prefer making notes and connecting them to others in the form of a list of notes and/or as mind maps.

LiquidText delivers an intuitive user experience that allows for increased efficiency, organization and reasoning.
— 451 Research, 2019

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VISUALLY CONNECT CONTENT AND IDEAS

 

LiquidText uses ink in a unique way. Users can draw lines between document contents, notes, or anything in the app; between, within and among multiple documents and notes. From these connections you get visual hyperlinks which call out the connections at a touch. LiquidText helps you see these relationships along with relevant source context.

With LiquidText, supporting sources and context are never more than a single click away.

Using this tool, researcher’s ideas, observations and insights are visually linked with source materials and other related notes. Collaborators and reviewers see not only results, but the network of interrelated sources, observations and notes which support the author’s conclusions with unprecedented transparency and clarity.

Not only does this tool enable a user to select text and turn it into a note, it also facilitates comprehension of a group of notes by creating relations among them in an intuitive and engaging manner.
— Elsevier Connect, 2019

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BEYOND PAPER AND APPS

Most note taking applications attempt to emulate paper. Doing so inherits paper’s familiarity but also its limitations. LiquidText supports the following unique features and tools not available in any traditional note taking or document analysis product.

“LiquidText is the go-to iPad app for reading and taking notes on documents, whether they’re Word docs, PDF’s or PowerPoint”

-Mashable, 2016

 

“Many PDF readers either go for style (UX) or substance (feature set), but LiquidText has both in spades.”

-Tom’s Guide, 2019


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PDF AND UNIVERSAL DOCUMENT READER

LiquidText supports PDF, Office 365 Word, Web Pages and PowerPoint, among other popular input formats; LiquidText also supports content management systems like Dropbox, iCloud and Box.. LiquidText exports projects in most popular application formats.

LiquidText PDF Reader gives paper the upgrade it needs
— Cult of Mac, 2019

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USED IN ALL KNOWLEDGE BASED PROFESSIONS

 

Whether legal discovery and analysis, patent research, scientific research, editorial research, academic research, student papers, business analysis, or consulting, LiquidText makes its users more productive and informed.

 

LiquidText is used by attorneys across the globe, with patent law being one of the most common examples. This demo shows a simplified scenario of a patent attorney preparing for litigation using LiquidText.

LiquidText is used by scientific, academic and student researchers with great benefits. Watch our researcher use LiquidText to help save the Bees.

A 45 Second video overview demo of LiquidText features in use.

The world changed... with LiquidText
— Paul Keisel, Law360 Blog, 2017

Feature Summary

1. Unified Workspace: Source documents and notes in one workspace

2. Write anywhere on documents, notes and workspace

3. Excerpt anything from source documents into notes

4. Connect note ideas to other note ideas

5. Connect notes to documents

6. Connect excerpts to other excerpts

7. Connect document contents to other document contents

8. View maps of connections

9. “Pinch” search with variable context

10. “Pinch” highlights with variable context

11. View distant parts of documents together

12. Link distant parts of documents for simultaneous viewing

13. Export of notes in standard formats

14. Real time collaboration with live shared workspace and documents (coming soon)